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Michael E. Guest

Michael E. GuestBorn: 1957
Birthplace: South Carolina

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Gay [1]
Occupation: Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Romania, 2001-04


[1] Chris Bull, "A New Gay Ambassador: Michael Guest, Representative to Romania", The Advocate, 23-Oct-2001: "One week after the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Secretary of State Colin Powell presided over the swearing in of Michael Guest, an openly gay longtime state department employee, as U.S. ambassador to Romania. During the ceremony Powell took the time to respectfully acknowledge Guest's partner of six years, Alex Nevarez."

Boyfriend: Alex Nevarez (cohabited since 1995)

    University: BA History and Political Science, Furman University
    University: MA Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia
    Scholar: International Economics, University of Toulouse (before 1981)

    US State Department Dean, Foreign Service Institute (-2007)
    US Ambassador to Romania (2001-04)
    US State Department Principal Deputy Asst. Secy., Bureau of Legislative Affairs (1999-2001)
    US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Prague, Czechia (1996-99)
    US State Department Deputy Executive Secretary (1994-96)
    US State Department Deputy Political Counselor, Paris, France (1991-94?)
    US State Department Deputy Director for Political Affairs, Office of European Security (1989-91)
    US State Department Political Officer, Moscow, Russia (1987-89)
    White House Staff Assistant Press Secretary, White House (1985-86)
    US State Department Office of European Security and Political Affairs (1983-85)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Hong Kong (1981-83)
    Council on Foreign Relations


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